Paul Green was raised in Wichita, and on a farm just outside Castleton, KS. After attending
Kapaun-Mt. Carmel High School, he majored in Broadcast Journalism at Wichita State
University, and started his career as a reporter at KMUW-FM and the Production Manager at the
Wichita Radio Reading Service.
Green won a series of awards for his broadcast news presentation, and moved on to become
an anchor and News Director at a number of other stations in Wichita and Hutchinson before
moving to California in 1994.
Green worked as the morning Producer at KFBK-AM in Sacramento, and served as a weekend
anchor specializing in agriculture news. Tapped to cover the trial of Unabomber Ted Kaczynski,
Green worked as the Chief Correspondent for CNN during the trial. He also became involved
with teaching classes at American River Community College and volunteering at Sacramento’s
public access television station.
Green returned to Kansas to work briefly in McPherson, then Salina, before accepting a position
with Community Access Television of Salina and pursuing his passion of teaching. He worked
as a Volunteer Training Coordinator then Production Manager before being offered the position
of Media Production Manager at Kansas Wesleyan University, where he teaches today.
In addition to his media work, Green is a certified Apple network administrator, and services the
Fine Arts computer network at KWU.